June Board Meeting
LCRPC Full Board Meeting, Thursday, June 16 at 6 pm.
Please email email@example.com for the zoom link -- thank you!
|Time: 6:00 pm|
2022 LCRPC Board & EC Meetings
The LCRPC holds either board or executive committee meetings every month. The meetings begin at 6 pm and are on zoom, though this may change. If you'd like to receive an agenda and zoom link, please call 882-5983.
Here's the 2022 Meeting Calendar
|Time: 6:00 pm|
Local Planning Boards & Boards of Appeal Workshop
Sponsered by Maine Municipal Association, this workshop is a basic introduction to the rules and procedures governing municipal planning boards and board of appeals. It is designed primarily for new and less experienced planning board and board of appeals members. However, it is also a great refresher for long-time board members. Code Enforcement Officers and municipal officers may find this course helpful as an overview to the role of these boards in their municipalities.
This course is based on MMA’s Planning Board and Local Land Use Appeals Board manuals. The workshop will cover material from the manuals, including how to conduct a board meeting, how to comply with Maine’s Freedom of Access Act requirements pertaining to open meetings and public records, and the procedures for making a decision, such as how to evaluate evidence on which to base a decision and how to draft findings of fact and conclusions of law. The workshop will also cover the appeals process, including appeals to a board of appeals and to Superior Court.
|Location: DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton, 363 Maine Mall Road, South Portland, ME 04106|
Join us at the Island Institute’s Climate Symposium— Sharing Climate-Forward Innovations! This inaugural event will bring together individuals from diverse industries and backgrounds to exchange ideas on how communities and businesses can tackle climate challenges and build resiliency here on the coast.
Through an interactive Shift and Share (think science fair), select presenters–including business owners, operators, and community leaders–will share insights and co-facilitate discussions on climate resilience. Participants will shift from table to table, listening to presenters and participating in dynamic discussions that aim to inspire new perspectives and implement tangible solutions.
Following the Shift and Share, we will be screening our new Climate of Change short film, “Clean Energy Solutions for the Working Waterfront.”
The event will conclude with a Keynote presentation with Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson. Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson is a marine biologist, policy expert, writer, and Brooklyn native. She is co-founder of the non-profit think tank Urban Ocean Lab, co-founder of the climate initiative The All We Can Save Project, and co-creator of the podcast How to Save a Planet. Find her @ayanaeliza.
Attendees may register for the full-day event (Sessions One and Two in the schedule below), and also have the option of attending Session Two only following the Shift and Share.
|Time: 10:00 AM|
|Location: Holiday Inn By The Bay Portland, Maine|
RSMS-16 Training Session
FOR TOWNS THAT HAVE SIGNED UP FOR RSMS-16 TRAINING:
The next RSMS-16 training session will be held on Monday, September 12th at 9:00AM at the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission office. This will be an all day event, so please plan to bring a bagged lunch and snacks.
This training session will focus on how to enter your road inventory results into RSMS-16, utilize the report features, and how to create maintenance and capital budgets. The Maine Local Roads Center will have a PowerPoint presentation to go through each screen in the software so it would be great if each town has RSMS-16 loaded onto a laptop to bring with you to the training so you can follow along.
To RSVP to the September 12th RSMS-16 training session, please email Mary Ellen Barnes (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the LCRPC office at 207-882-4271. Please RSVP by September 7th.
|Location: 297 Bath Road (Route 1), Wiscasset|
Nobleboro's Complete and Consistant 2021-2022 Comprehensive Plan Update Public Hearing
The Town of Nobleboro’s Comprehensive Plan Update Committee is hosting a Public
The public is invited to view a Draft version of the 2021 – 2022 Nobleboro
Printed copies of the Plan are also available for review at the Nobleboro Town Office,
A Public Hearing for the purpose of discussion the proposed Plan, responding to
Anyone wishing to submit comments ahead of the hearing may do so by emailing
|Time: 6:30 PM|
|Location: Community Meeting Room:192 US-1, Nobleboro, ME 04555|